Germany, 2021, 30’
Director: Julia Groteclaes.
Cinematography: Sina Diehl.
Music: Hannes Bieber.
Production: Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg.
The Lignite company, RWE, becomes the bad men of Momo. The brown coal hole in front of the garden gate to Mordor. Day and night they destroy the scenes of the memories. But then they say: The corporation spares the neighboring village. Suddenly everyone in the village becomes an ally or an enemy. This is about neighborhoods, envy and, of course, money.
JULIA GROTECLAES was born in March 1995 in Germany. After graduating from high school, she studied architecture in Münster and Moratuwa, Sri Lanka, and graduated in 2018. Based on her Bachelor of Arts she continued her education and studies at the Film Academy Baden-Württemberg. In addition to her theoretical work about architecture and sociology, her documentaries often show human beings in their social and emotional context.
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